A few days before the vote, Élections Québec is still looking for election workers in seven electoral districts.
It is not necessary to live in riding to work there, but you must be 16 on polling day, be a Canadian citizen and have resided in Quebec for at least six months. You must not be under curatorship or have lost your electoral rights to be able to apply, the organization specified.
Élections Québec is looking for poll clerks, scrutineers, PRIMOs and aids-PRIMO. Wages range from $16.95 to $19.94 per hour.
Interested individuals can apply online or contact the returning officer in the riding where they want to work, Elections added. Quebec.
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